The Dovecot is a unique stone villa built in the early 19th century on the ruins of an ancient Roman bath; Today the villa is the landmark of the estates’ heritage.
The Dovecot is a magnificent villa representative of the elegance of another era. The entrance hall leads to the master bedroom and to a typical Cycladic staircase which leads up to the impressive second bedroom/loft. The residence has a functional kitchen, 2 bathrooms, an ample living room and a spacious veranda. The villa can accommodate up to 4 people in comfort plus one or two guests on the sofa-bed in the living room.
A large hall introduces you to the residence; there is a master bedroom on the entrance level with plenty of natural light and frame-like view from the patio doors. The Cycladic staircase leads up to the impressive second bedroom/loft. This room was the actual ‘dovecot’, where they used to breed doves back in the 1900s. This unique feature is scarcely found in accommodation settings. The house has a fully equipped kitchen overlooking the terrace and 2 spacious bathrooms. The ample living room overlooks the front veranda. Notice the unique wooden-beam ceilings, which support large slabs of Karystian stones. The house floor is clad with the famous white Penteli marble, as are the kitchen-counters and the two spacious bathrooms. The Dovecot provides a sense of grandeur and it is carefully decorated with rare pieces of antique and modern art. This romantic villa is overflowing with history and tradition and enchants its guests. It’s a unique place for memorable moments with family and loved ones.